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New Strigolactone Mimics As Exogenous Signals For Rhizosphere Organisms

F. Oancea, E. Georgescu, R. Matúšová, F. Georgescu, A. Nicolescu, I. Răut, M. Jecu, Marius-Constantin Vladulescu, Lucian Vlădulescu, C. Deleanu
Published 2017 · Biology, Medicine

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The importance of strigolactones in plant biology prompted us to synthesize simplified strigolactone mimics effective as exogenous signals for rhizosphere organisms. New strigolactone mimics easily derived from simple and available starting materials in significant amounts were prepared and fully characterized. These compounds contain an aromatic or heterocyclic ring, usually present in various bioactive molecules, connected by an ether link to a furan-2-one moiety. The new synthesized strigolactone mimics were confirmed to be active on plant pathogenic fungi and parasitic weed seeds.
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